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Remembering Things
Remembering Things

A Look Back at the Chinkees, the Ska Band that Reclaimed Asian Identity

Asian Man Records founder Mike Park skanked against ugly stereotypes and put Asians on the forefront of American rock.
Christine Ro
8.15.17
Noisey Guide To
Noisey Guide To

The Guide to Getting into Bob Marley

We’re going to go beyond the posters, beyond the weed smoke, beyond 'Legend.'
sdq
6.6.17
Objectively Correct Lists
Objectively Correct Lists

Happy Valentine's Day: Here are The Sexiest Ska Punk Songs

Roses are red, Ska Punk is money, or something like that, whatever 420.
Devin Pacholik
2.14.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

You Can Now Experience the Story of Jeff Rosenstock and Bomb the Music Industry! in Filmic Grandeur

The feature-length doc is available to view on whatever screen you want.
Noisey Staff
12.29.16
Internet Exploring
Internet Exploring

Someone Made an Awful Ska Version of Neutral Milk Hotel's 'In the Aeroplane Over the Sea' That Is "Good"

We're so skorry.
Dan Ozzi
8.9.16
Features
Features

How The Dirty Heads Overcame Addiction and Got Deep into Hip-Hop to Make a Killer New Album

Listen to an exclusive version of single “That’s All I Need" recorded live at the Noisey Radio studio in LA.
Noisey Staff
7.14.16
Objectively Correct Lists
Objectively Correct Lists

Spice Girls' "Wannabe" Turns 20 Today so Here Are 20 of the Most Ridiculous Covers We Could Find

Here's that emotional metal cover you never knew you didn't want at all.
Noisey Staff
Noisey Redactie
7.8.16
Scene Reports
Scene Reports

After Two Decades, LA's Latino Ska Scene Is Still DIY as Hell

Born in the early 90s, the local ska scene of inner-city LA has evolved from its origins in grassroots backyard gigs into a cultural youth movement still alive and skanking today.
John Ochoa
12.7.15
Op-Eds
Op-Eds

Music With a Message: Surfing the Wave of Nicaragua's Socially Conscious Rock Scene

Nicaraguan musicians with a social message simply can’t afford to stop playing.
Audrey White
10.8.15
INTERVIEWS
INTERVIEWS

The Mavericks' Raul Malo Still Loves the Skatelites and Can't Wait to Play in Cuba

The country-meets-ska-meets-salsa troubadours are back with their eighth album, 'Mono.'
2.16.15
Thinkpieces And Shit
Thinkpieces And Shit

Manu Chao Is Music's Last True Radical

Peter Culshaw has trailed the enduring troubadour from a Saharan refugee camp to a mental asylum in Argentina and still doesn't quite know how to nail him down.
Peter Culshaw
1.27.15
Internet Exploring
Internet Exploring

Are These Ska Bands or Improv Troupes?

One blog would like to quiz you.
Dan Ozzi
1.12.15